THE PROPOSED CLYDEPORT OPERATIONS LIMITED (GREENOCK OCEAN TERMINAL CRUISE BERTH) HARBOUR REVISION ORDER 2018Notice ID: GN1034186
HARBOURS ACT 1964 (AS AMENDED)
THE PROPOSED CLYDEPORT OPERATIONS LIMITED (GREENOCK OCEAN TERMINAL CRUISE BERTH) HARBOUR REVISION ORDER 2018
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A HARBOUR REVISION ORDER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Clydeport Operations Limited ("the Company"), as the statutory harbour authority for the Port of Greenock ("the Port"), has applied to the Scottish Ministers for a harbour revision order ("the Order") under section 14 of the Harbours Act 1964 ("the 1964 Act").
Clydeport Operations Limited ("the Company"), as the statutory harbour authority for the Port of Greenock ("the Port"), has applied to the Scottish Ministers for a harbour revision order ("the Order") under section 14 of the Harbours Act 1964 ("the 1964 Act").
The Order would authorise the construction and maintenance of a new dedicated cruise ship berth and associated facilities at the Port within the limits of deviation shown on the deposited plans and sections. The works proposed consist of dredging in front of the existing quay wall, together with the construction of mono piles, a floating pontoon, access structures and associated ancillary works.
The Order creates an offence of, without lawful authority, intentionally
obstructing or interfering with the carrying out of the works, with a fine on summary
conviction not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale. Provision is made?
(a) against danger to navigation and abatement of works abandoned or decayed; and
(b) for the lighting of the works permanently and during construction.
A defence of due diligence is available to the Company in respect of offences committed under the Order.
No land is proposed for compulsory acquisition and there are no proposals to extinguish or divert any public right of way over a footpath or bridleway.
The Scottish Ministers have advised by letter dated 11 May 2018 that they have decided in accordance with paragraph 4 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the 1964 Act that the application relates to a project which falls within Annex II to Council Directive 2011/92/EU on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment ("the Directive") as the
application relates to the construction of a port installation. The Scottish Ministers have
concluded that it is not a relevant project in terms of Schedule 3 to the 1964 Act because it would be unlikely to have significant effects on the environment by virtue of its size and location. Accordingly, no environmental statement is required.
Paragraph 16 of Schedule 3 to the 1964 Act (which relates to information on a project which is likely to have significant effects on the environment in any other European Economic Area Member State) does not apply to the application.
A copy of the draft Order, the deposited plans, sections and elevations of the proposed works which accompanied the application and the letter dated 11 May 2018 from the Scottish Ministers referred to above, may be inspected, free of charge, until the expiry of the forty-two day period referred to below at the following locations and times?
Clydeport Operations Limited, 16 Robertsoh Street,
Mondays to Fridays: 9.30am to 4.30pm; Saturdays and Sundays: Closed
Greenock Central Library,
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9.30am to 7.00pm; Wednesdays: 9.30am to 1.00pm;
Fridays: 9.30am to 5.00pm;
Saturdays: 10.00am to 1.00pm; Sundays: Closed
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP, 50 Broadway,
Mondays to Fridays: 9.30am to 5.30pm;
Saturdays and Sundays: Closed
Electronic versions of the documents will also be available from the following website: www.peelports.com/clydeport/hro.
Any person requiring further information concerning the proposed works should apply in writing for that information either to the Company or to Bircham Dyson Bell LLP at the
addresses given in the table above, quoting reference 'Greenock Harbour Revision Order'.
Any person wishing to make an objection or representation to the Scottish Ministers
concerning the application should write to Val Ferguson, Ports Policy Co-ordinator, Ports and Harbours Branchjransport Scotland, Area 2D North, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh eH6 6QQ or email email@example.com within forty-two days from the date at the foot of this
notice quoting "The Proposed Clydeport Operations Limited (Greenock Ocean Terminal
Cruise Berth) Harbour Revision Order 2018", stating the grounds of their objection or
representation and giving an address to which correspondence relating to the objection or
representation may be sent.
All objections or representations made, including personal information provided to Scottish Ministers, will be shared with the Company who may contact you to discuss your concerns. Names and the text ofany objections or representations may also be published on Transport
Scotland's website due to F^dom of Information requirements. If you wish to discuss any issues relating to the use of your personal data please contact Val Ferguson at the address set out above.
If an objection is duly made to the application and not withdrawn then the Scottish Ministers
may, before making their decision, (i) cause an inquiry to be held, or (ii) give to the objector
an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by a person appointed by them. BIRCHAM DYSON BELL LLP Solicitors and Parliamentary Agents acting on behalf of Clydeport Operations Limited
50 Broadway, London SW1H 0BL 8 October 2018